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New capability allowing visuals to be copied as images makes its way to Power BI

Microsoft’s updates to Power BI in the past few days include the introduction of app shortcuts for its Android version and the arrival of a more modern look for workspaces in the data analytics service. Now, a new capability to copy visuals in the form of an image has been brought to Power BI. https://www.neowin.net/news/new-capability-allowing-visuals-to-be-copied-as-images-makes-its-way-to-power-bi

A New Way to Get Started with Docker!

One of the most common challenges we hear from developers is how getting started with containers can sometimes feel daunting. It’s one of the needs Docker is focusing on in its commitment to developers and dev teams. Our two aims: teach developers and help accelerate their onboarding. https://www.docker.com/blog/a-new-way-to-get-started-with-docker/

Raspberry Pi sales jump: Here’s why the tiny computer’s in demand in coronavirus crisis

To back that up, Upton revealed that the number of unique IP addresses accessing the Raspbian Raspberry Pi OS’s mirror system passed 90,000 on several days in March, up from a peak of around 58,000 in March 2019. He described the figures as “a proxy for new installations”.   https://www.zdnet.com/article/raspberry-pi-sales-jump-heres-why-the-tiny-computers-in-demand-in-coronavirus-crisis/

Why You Shouldn’t Use Your ISP’s Default DNS Server

Your computers, phones, and other devices normally use the Domain Name System (DNS) server with which the router is configured. Unfortunately, this is often the one provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). These lack privacy features and also might be slower than some alternatives. https://www.howtogeek.com/664608/why-you-shouldnt-be-using-your-isps-default-dns-server/